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Ecce Romani Chapter 55B: Civil War: Caesar vs. Pompey

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succedo, succedere, successi, successurusto follow, succeed
exsecrandus, -a, -umaccursed, detestable
lacrimabilis, -is, -elamentable, terrible
quothrough which, by means of which
praeter (+ acc)beyond
fortuna, -ae (f)fortune, luck
muto, -are, -avi, -atusto change
rediens, redeuntispresent participle of redire
consulatus, -us (m)consulship
dubietas, dubietatis (f)doubt, hesitation
defero, deferre, detuli, delatusto carry down, offer, confer
contradictum estit was opposed, there was opposition
exercitus, -us (m)army
iniuria, -ae (f)injustice, injury
adversum (+ acc)against
senatus, -us (m)senate
universus, -a, -umall, entire, whole
nobilitas, nobilitatis (f)aristocracy, senatorial class
transeo, transire, transii, transiturusto go across
apud (+ acc)in, at
Arminium, -i (n)Arminium, a town near the Rubicon River in northern Italy)
Epirus, -i (m)Epirus, a province in northwest Greece
Macedonia, -ae (f)Macedonia, a province to the north of Greece
Achaea, -ae (f)Achaea, a province in Greece, on the Gulf of Corinth
dux, ducis (m)leader
contra (+ acc)opposite, facing, against
vacuus, -a, -umempty
dictator, dictatoris (m)dictator
Hispania, -ae (f)Spain
validus, -a, -umhealthy, strong, powerful
dimico, -are, -avi, -atusto fight, struggle
fugo, -are, -avi, -atusto put to flight
evado, evadere, evasi, evasusto escape
intervenio, intervenire, interveni, interventurusto come between, intervene

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